St. Ignatius Parish School Application

Oldest Student
Current School
Second Student
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Third Student
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Fourth Student
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Family Information

For all applications please submit a copy of the student(s) birth and baptismal certificates. For students applying for first through eighth grades submit copies of the student’s most recent report card and standardized test scores. Documents may be uploaded now or delivered to the school office at a later date.

1st Student Documents
2nd Student's Documents
3rd Student's Documents
4th Student's Documents

Admission Policy

I. Applications for new enrollment have priority according to the following:

  1. Established Parishioners* – With children presently enrolled in school;
  2. Established Parishioner* – Without children presently enrolled in school;
  3. Non-Parishioner – Catholic with children in school;
  4. Non-Parishioner – Catholic without children in school;
  5. Non-Parishioner – Non-Catholic with children in school;
  6. Non-Parishioner – Non-Catholic without children in school.

*An established parishioner is one who is registered in the parish and has been a sustaining parish member for at least one year.  A sustaining parish member is one who attends Sunday Mass regularly, contributes using envelopes or checks and participates in the life of the parish.

II.  When space is available, students are tested:

  1. To determine the level of their basic skills, and
  2. To ascertain at which grade level they would be most successful.

III.  If the academic skills of the student are found to be behind those of the class one or both of the following may be required as a condition for acceptance:

  1. TUTORING (Summer and/or during the school year.)  
  2. Entering at the appropriate grade level which would accommodate the needs of the child.

IV.  If a student has a particular need which cannot be met at St. Ignatius School, it may be recommended that the child be referred to a school where his/her needs can be met.

V.  All new students are accepted on a probationary status for one school semester. This period of time is designed to ensure proper adjustment to school environment and curriculum.

VI.  St. Ignatius School admits students without regard to race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin.  It also does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its admission policies and employment practices.

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